Exciting Learning Opportunities Await

Our educational programs will leave you looking forward to the next! “I love the mental stimulation Unlimited Learning provides and the many new and interesting friends I have made over the years.” Jack, LAUL Volunteer


Lakes Area Unlimited Learning hosts monthly programs and dynamic learning opportunities covering a variety of topics including local and national history, the arts, science, literature, people of interest and political/social issues of the day. One particularly popular experience is the facilitated “Elderquest,” where participants view and discuss the plots and productions of two movies.


You will leave every program with an enhanced view of the world in which we live. You will end every experience knowing and understanding more about contemporary issues and topics. Our guest speakers range from authors, policy makers and historians to academics, artists and local leaders. We search for those with an expertise to share. We search for those who are both informative and intriguing.


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Endless opportunities exist to help Unlimited Learning grow

Our 2022 Programs Have Included

Susan Krook, Normandale Community College: “Rainbow Woman: The Legacy of One Lakota Woman’s Strength”

Tom Hanson, foreign policy expert: “Global Implications of the War in Ukraine”

Jim Mans, local storyteller: “Twiddle Yer Toes”

Panel of local historians: “Brainerd – Then, Now and into the Future”

Brian Andrews, Restorative Justice Project: “Restorative Justice: Giving Young Offenders Better Options”

David Gray, Central Lakes College history professor: “1921 Duluth Lynchings”

Vince Cook, Brainerd artist: “Discover the Amazing Woodworking Art of Japanese Kumiko”